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  P374RD3D  |  9

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  Mauskau  |  32

67, kittens look like little bald rats when they are born and they, like anything else when born, are covered in blood. I doubt OP wanted cat vagina juices and blood on their face whilst they were sleeping.

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  kay71095  |  9

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  J1hill33  |  12

112- you're thinking of birds. That's what they do. Like if you see one in the ground you don't put it back in the best because that will do it no good

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  simonsaysYDI  |  8

150 - =P if you see a baby bird on the ground, and want it to live, you should not just leave it there either. There is a slim to none chance that bird will EVER get back into its nest if it falls out. Many birds can't/won't carry their young, or if it was injured will just leave it for dead. If it seems healthy enough to make it, try to see if a local shelter will take it. Also.. just so people know, this doesn't apply to ducks/geese and such. You can take those lil guys to a nearby pond and put them near another group of babies and they will fit right in :)

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  cookeemonster  |  7

150: actually, birds have a bad sense of smell. They can't 'smell' human on the chick, they will simply stay away for a while even when you have left to stay out of danger. Birds will always take back their babies if someone has touched them, so if you see one you DO put it in the nest again. Leave it, and the mother will come. So do your research and know what you are talking about please

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  fymother  |  13

Unless you have homes lined up waiting for them and the money to get them all vaccinated, you really should get your cat fixed. There are wayyyy too many cats out there in need of a good home (or living feral), and according to My Cat From Hell (if you don't know it, look it up) a cat that has not been neutered or spayed lives half as long as those who have.

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  omg36  |  7

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  sens3sfailing  |  24

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  simonsaysYDI  |  8

132 - Random cats on the street? If they're feral, no duh, they're not socialized and you're either predator or prey. But, a lot of people don't train cats well since they're so small (usually), so they get a worse wrap than dogs when it comes to behavior, because they chew and claw and jump in things they shouldn't =D

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  mizuki123  |  8

I see cats all the time and they come to me and let me pet them.there are these three homeless kittens that I'm working on catching and taming them,

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